Exit poll results just before the Uttarakhand elections have told that Congress can return to power this time. In the results of ABP-C Voter, the Congress seems to be moving closer to the majority. Meanwhile, Congress has taken a big step and sent its observer to Uttarakhand. Senior Congress leader Deepender Hooda has been sent to Uttarakhand.
According to the ABP-C Voter Survey, Congress can get 32 to 38 seats and BJP can get 26 to 32 seats. You can get 0 to 2 seats and others 3 to 7 seats.
Congress’s preparation to stop sabotage
Congress MP from Haryana Deepender Hooda was made special observer for Uttarakhand elections by Congress. Even during the elections, Hooda campaigned fiercely for the Congress in Uttarakhand and also saw the work as an organization. But now just after the exit poll results, Congress has once again sent Hooda to the Uttarakhand front. Because in Uttarakhand, the matter seems to be quite thorny, in such a situation, the Congress is at the highest risk of defection. In any case, the party will not want that the power should go from their hands even if they are close to the majority. That is why the preparations have already started.
Apart from Hooda, some other leaders, who were active during the elections, are likely to reach Uttarakhand, so that they can keep an eye on possible last-minute breakdowns in the party. It has been told that rooms have been booked in a hotel on Rajpur Road here for the central leaders of the Congress who are coming to oversee the process of forming the ‘probable’ government.
BJP also made full preparations
BJP strategist and senior leader Kailash Vijayvargiya reached Uttarakhand just before the election results. Where he discussed the results with former Chief Minister and former Union Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank, Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and State BJP President Madan Kaushik. Many meanings of Vijayvargiya’s presence in Uttarakhand are being extracted. Because if neither party gets a clear majority in the election results, both the major political parties, Congress and BJP, then the role of independents, BSP, SP, AAP and ‘MLAs’ of Uttarakhand Kranti Dal will become important in forming the government.